The Superstar Racing Experience has taken the racing world by storm over the last couple of years. Heading into this year, even more talent from across all sorts of disciplines of motorsports will be competing.
Which NASCAR stars are in the field, and where will they race? What kind of star power is NASCAR bringing to the SRX.
Tony Stewart: To no surprise, the one who helped create the SRX will be competing full-time in the series this season. Stewart’s resume speaks for himself with 49 career Cup Series wins and three Cup Series Championships. He also boasts an impressive open-wheel resume with the 1997 IRL championship under his belt as well.
Brad Keselowski: The lone full-time Cup Series driver to be full-time in SRX this season, Keselowski brings a wealth of NASCAR talent to the SRX. He boasts 35 career wins and the 2012 NASCAR Cup Series championship alongside 39 Xfinity Series wins and the 2010 Xfinity Series championship.
Hailie Deegan: Deegan will get another chance to rub elbows with legends of the sport in the SRX this year. A full-time Truck Series competitor, Deegan currently is enjoying her best full-time season yet in the series that she will run in addition to the SRX schedule.
Ryan Newman: The “Rocket Man” returns to SRX competition this season. With 18 career Cup Series wins and an incredible 51 career poles Newman looks to rocket to the front of every SRX race this coming fall. Newman also has a relationship with Tony Stewart as Newman drove for Stewart in the Cup Series from 2009 until 2013.
Bobby Labonte: Stewart’s first Cup Series teammate will be racing Stewart again the SRX this summer. Labonte boasts a resume of 21 career Cup Series wins alongside the 2000 Cup Series championship and 1991 Xfinity Series Championship.
Clint Bowyer (Stafford, Motor Mile, Lucas Oil Speedway): Former Stewart-Haas Racing Driver Clint Bowyer will join the field for three races this coming season. Bowyer has 10 career Cup Series wins with top three points finishes in 2007 and 2012. He won two races for Stewart in 2018.
Kyle Busch (Motor Mile and Berlin): Rowdy comes to SRX for the first time this summer. Busch is a two time Cup Series champion along with a 62 time winner in the series, with 102 career Xfinity Series wins as well. He has won in every full-time Cup Series season he has competed in.
Kevin Harvick (Stafford and Berlin): Could this be Harvick’s retirement plan? The 60 time Cup Series winner won his one Cup Championship for Stewart in 2014. Harvick also has two Xfinity Series Championships as well.
Matt Kenseth (Eldora): Kenseth will join the SRX on the dirt at Eldora this summer. The 2003 Cup Series champion has 39 career wins. He also drove the 20 car Tony Stewart made famous from 2013 until his retirement in 2017.
Greg Biffle (Thunder Road): A 19-time Cup Series winner, Biffle returns to SRX competition this season for one race in Barre, Vermont. Biffle twice finished in the top three in points in the Cup Series in 2005 and 2008. He also holds the 2002 Xfinity Series Championship and the 2000 Truck Series Championship.
Kasey Kahne (Berlin): The 18-time Cup Series will be in the SRX for one race this summer. A 14-time winner in the Cup Series, Kahne has a best points finish of fourth in 2012 with Hendrick Motorsports. He currently owns a World of Outlaws team.
Kenny Wallace (Lucas Oil Speedway): If you are ever wondering where Kenny Wallace is, he is probably at a dirt track somewhere. A NASCAR veteran with nine career Xfinity Series wins, Wallace continues to race even to this day. He also is becoming quite famous as a YouTube personality as well.
Denny Hamlin (Stafford): Hamlin will make a one-off appearance in the SRX this summer at Stafford. The 48-time Cup Series winner has three Daytona 500’s to his name. He also is a former teammate of Tony Stewart at Joe Gibbs Racing.
What other NASCAR stars could or should be in the SRX? This is quite a star-studded field already to begin with.